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Call on NPT council to act on derelict building in town centre

I recently wrote to NPT Council regarding the abandoned Reggae Reptiles business premises on Queen Street, Neath. Not only is this as a horrendous eyesore on one of the busiest streets in the heart of the town, it could pose a danger to public health and safety and to the infrastructure of the neighbouring properties. I feel this situation has been left unaddressed for far too long.

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Free school meals for primary school pupils to start in September

Thanks to Plaid Cymru, free school meals for primary school pupils in Wales will begin in September.

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Sioned Williams meets local business owners following increase in town centre crime

Plaid Cymru MS for South Wales West, Sioned Williams today met with local businesses in Neath following a burglary incident in the town centre.

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Sioned Williams calls for ‘immediate action’ to strengthen rights of disabled children

Plaid Cymru MS for South Wales West, Sioned Williams, has urged the First Minister, Mark Drakeford to “take immediate action” to ensure equality for disabled children in the childcare sector.

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Sioned Williams calls for action on dentistry ‘crisis’

 

Sioned Williams today repeated her calls on the Welsh Government to take ‘immediate action’ to tackle what she has described as a dentistry ‘crisis’ in her region of South Wales West and across the country, following the publication of a new report by Swansea Bay Community Health Council.

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Sioned Williams meets with local police following anti-social incidents in Gorseinon

After a spate of troubling incidents in and around Gorseinon in the past few months, Plaid Cymru Member of Senedd for South Wales West MS Sioned Williams recently met with the local Neighbourhood Policing Team to discuss the on-going efforts to protect and support the local community.

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‘Our communities deserve action on tip safety’ - Sioned Williams

Plaid Cymru MS, Sioned Williams has called for immediate action to be taken to remedy “deep environmental scars” during a debate in the Senedd on coal tip safety. 

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Plaid MS calls for action to 'save our town centres'

Sioned Williams echoes Federation of Small Businesses’ calls to lower business rates in town centres.

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Plaid Cymru secures funding to tackle flooding

This week, Plaid Cymru and the Welsh Government announced a 3 year capital budget investment of £102 million in flood risk management as part of the Cooperation Agreement.

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Plaid MS demands action on dentistry ‘crisis’

Plaid Cymru MS for South Wales West, Sioned Williams, has demanded that the Welsh Government tackles failures in the provision of NHS dental care following the publication of figures showing that 83 fewer dentists were offering treatment on the NHS last year compared to 2020, and 117 fewer than in 2019.

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